London Cromwell Day

Where: London at the Cromwell statue outside the Houses of Parliament
When: 3rd September
Time: 3pm

 

Oliver Cromwell died on September 3rd 1658 and each year his anniversary is celebrated by the Cromwell Association, who promote study of the great man’s life and times. Cromwell was Lord Protector in the Interrregnum or Commonwealth period, when Britain was a republic during the seventeenth century following the Civial Wars. It’s essentially a society event but members of the public are very welcome to watch from the pavement, as it’s held at Cromwell’s  Statue outside the Houses of Parliament.

Helpful Hints

If the 3rd falls on a Sunday alternative arrangements are usually made. In 2017 it will be a Sunday and there will be a Society service on Saturday September 2nd to mark the anniversary, but it won’t be at the usual location because of building work – if you’e interested in attending please contact chairman@olivercromwell.org as spaces are limited.

Click here for the Cromwell Association website : http://www.olivercromwell.org/

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